Throughout the next few months we will highlight Shallowford staff members in an effort to build community and educate our church family. This week we are excited to share Meredith Moseley’s responses with the SPC community!
  • School Staff: Meredith Moseley
  • Position: Head of Shallowford Presbyterian School
  • Start Date: August 2011
  • Bio: Meredith holds a B.S. in Secondary Social Science Education from the University of Georgia and a M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from Georgia State University. She is a former Social Studies teacher at Tucker High School and Assistant Principal at Meadowcreek and Tucker High Schools.  Meredith holds teaching certificates in Social Studies, Educational Leadership, and Gifted Education.  She has been involved with SPS since she was 11 where she volunteered during the Summer Fun Camps.  She is a former 3 year old class teacher at SPS and has been the Head of School since 2013.  She has two daughters Grace and Amelia.  She enjoys spending time with her girls and husband Chris, watching UGA football, and reading.

Q&A with Meredith

Have you met our kids and our teachers?  I absolutely love my job. Our students and teachers are the best on the planet. They are kind, smart, empathetic, creative, and fun. I love working with my staff to provide an environment that is supportive and provides for the academic, social, and spiritual needs of our students. 

Haha! There is no average week at Shallowford Presbyterian School.  A big reason why I love doing what I do is because every day, week, and month is new and different. I never know what I will find or what is in store for me. The 2020-21 school year has been especially unique and different with all of the COVID-19 procedures.

This one is easy.

  1. Safely opening the school in August
  2. Providing in-person instruction to our students

My students and being able to channel my inner six year old self – playing on the playground, going to PE with them, having races with students at lunch…

Meredith has some very unique sensory issues. She can’t stand touching chalk, play-dough, finger paints, and LOTS of other things you would find in a school. 

  • Meredith wants to know…

What is your favorite memory from elementary school?”

Meredith Moseley, Head of School
Shallowford Presbyterian School